A mummified ape man is brought back to life and wreaks havok. This movie was shot in 1958 and is black and white. A later version of this film was released in color with a half hour of new scenes shot in 1972 added and titled "Curse Of Bigfoot".
October 25, 2018 Subject:
Painfully slow, just a bad film
I'm a huge fan of old schlock monies but this one was just painfully slow. The acting is dire and story is... wait, was there a story?
January 23, 2014 Subject:
The Bigfoot Feel
I would say this movie has a little more what you like to see in a Bigfoot movie. The scenery is nice and the characters hold your interest. Not many scenes where the creature shows up, but when he does, it's intriguing.
January 22, 2014 Subject:
Hey Jan--unlike everyone posting opinions of films here,you actually got to be in one-- I think that's great! Count me as a fan. And this film is not at all bad, feels more like a documentary. The amateur production values work toward that end.
January 4, 2014 Subject:
I was Sharon in the movie
The movie is bad - but look when it was filmed. 1959. I was Sharon, and we really did have a good time filming this over a 6 week time in the summer. I like it best in Black and white - like it was originally.
My film career didn't exactly take off - but at this time of my life I had hopes that it would.
April 30, 2009 Subject:
Some high school kids out on an anthropology field expedition discover a mummified monster. It wakes, and attacks a couple of people. They destroy it in short order. Gotta see how this compares to Curse of Bigfoot.
No actors were involved in the making of this picture. Two stars for the music and at least trying.
I downloaded the DivX file. It's low-res and washed out, which is too bad.